A list of active readings, assignments and virtual labs (with links) is given on a separate page.
heliconsoft.com (costs, but not high): Focus-stacked for infinite depth of field on specimens or museum exhibits (zooming or not).
LMS “quizzes” for auto-graded data entry, incorporating multiple choice, multiple answer, mix/match, jumbled sentence, hotspot, fill-blank and numeric question types. There are many introductions, guidelines and detailed instructions for each question type available. The UBC guidelines are here.
Online databases from reliable long term providers are invaluable for enabling students to engage with data. Examples we have used include these, although many others are likely out there.
The following open, interactive resources for engaging with geophysical data and methods are accessible to beginners and research-level experts alike. They have been continuously developed and updated for over 20 years, and current researchers continue to modernized the facilities in 2017. See http://geosci.xyz/